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Amazon has Klein Tools 935DAG Digital Electronic Level & Angle Gauge for $25.47 when you 'clip' the $4.45 extra savings coupon on the product page. Shipping is free.

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  • This Digital Angle Gauge and Level can measure or set angles, check relative angles, or can be used as a digital level
  • High visibility reverse contrast display improves visibility in dimly lit work environments
  • Strong magnetic base to attaches to conduit, pipes, saw blades, vents, ducts, and other ferromagnetic surfaces
  • V-groove edges enable optimal alignment on conduits and pipes for bending and alignment
  • 0 to 90-Degree and 0 to 180-Degree measurement ranges facilitate multiple and diverse applications

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Items: $29.92
Your Coupon Savings: -$4.45
Total Before Tax: $25.47

I just ordered a Klein Tools 935DAG for $25.47 after coupon from Amazon. CCC shows $29.92 as lowest price, however it's not taking the coupon into consideration so I don't know if there have previously been better coupons based on my research of CCC and past SD posts.

Seems to me to be a good price for this unit, but curious to what the community thinks about this tool compared to any other options out there in this price range.

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Anyone know how these compare to the Wixey digital angle finders? I've got one and it seems to work well, but it isn't orange.

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Searched around and it seems that vs. Wixey the Klein has:
-stronger magnets
-AAA batteries vs. CR2032
-Better display
That's the beauty of these. I have the Wixey, and you pretty much calibrate it every time you use it. For example on my table saw, I don't need to know the angle of my blade relative to the earth's gravity, but rather to the table top. I zero the angle guide on the table, then adjust my blade to 90, 45, or whatever angle I need. Same on the drill press table- I just need to know the angle of the table to the column / drill bit. So I zero it on the flat side of the drill press head, then adjust the table to the angle I need.
I decided to buy one, which is exactly why I shouldn't hang out on this website. When I die and people are sifting through my stuff at the estate sale they will wonder why the hell I have two digital angle finders, 500 clamps, and 4 jig saws spread across 3 different battery systems.

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in for one to try. I do architectural sheet metal work so see how it works for finding angles
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Thanks in for one.
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Thank you! Got one, hopefully works reliably being Klein although they probably get made in the same factory as all the cheap ones on Amazon
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Anyone know how these compare to the Wixey digital angle finders? I've got one and it seems to work well, but it isn't orange.

Update:
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-stronger magnets
-AAA batteries vs. CR2032
-Better display
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Could this be a good replacement for a spirit level tool?

Does this ever need to be calibrated?
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I have this, the accuracy is way off, 90 is not 90, 45 is not 45, and the calibration does nothing.
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Anyone know how these compare to the Wixey digital angle finders? I've got one and it seems to work well, but it isn't orange.

Update:
Searched around and it seems that vs. Wixey the Klein has:
-stronger magnets
-AAA batteries vs. CR2032
-Better display
Most of the YT carpenters I watch use Wixey angle finders. But YT trends so 1 buys then the rest do too lol I've always liked Klein so I'll rep. The American brand grab 1& ride out! Stick w/the Wixey bc u have it already then maybe down the road u might need another lol or a second table saw🤔
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Could this be a good replacement for a spirit level tool?

Does this ever need to be calibrated?
That's the beauty of these. I have the Wixey, and you pretty much calibrate it every time you use it. For example on my table saw, I don't need to know the angle of my blade relative to the earth's gravity, but rather to the table top. I zero the angle guide on the table, then adjust my blade to 90, 45, or whatever angle I need. Same on the drill press table- I just need to know the angle of the table to the column / drill bit. So I zero it on the flat side of the drill press head, then adjust the table to the angle I need.
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Most of the YT carpenters I watch use Wixey angle finders. But YT trends so 1 buys then the rest do too lol I've always liked Klein so I'll rep. The American brand grab 1& ride out! Stick w/the Wixey bc u have it already then maybe down the road u might need another lol or a second table saw🤔
I decided to buy one, which is exactly why I shouldn't hang out on this website. When I die and people are sifting through my stuff at the estate sale they will wonder why the hell I have two digital angle finders, 500 clamps, and 4 jig saws spread across 3 different battery systems.
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Or just use your phone @ FREE
my phone was far from free -in fact about 28 times more expensive than this, and far more fragile. No magnets to attach it to anything to measure stuff.
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I decided to buy one, which is exactly why I shouldn't hang out on this website. When I die and people are sifting through my stuff at the estate sale they will wonder why the hell I have two digital angle finders, 500 clamps, and 4 jig saws spread across 3 different battery systems.
You can never have enough clamps :o
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a better investment would be one that shoots a red laser beam.
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